Outreach visit

Contributed by Vera Chin THE outreach team from the Ministry for Pastoral Care visited the Sabah Cheshire Home, a home for the disabled, in Likas, on April 16. Several Neophytes also took part in the visit. Rice and other essential items were contributed to the home after which the visitors had a fellowship brunch withContinue reading “Outreach visit”

Lenten reflection: Week 5

‘Jesus is the resurrection and the life’ “MY dear elect, brothers and sisters in the Lord, Scripture says ‘our life is over like a breath’… Our life lasts for 70 years, and 80 for those who are strong. In the last month or two, so many of our senior parishioners, the blue blood parishioners ofContinue reading “Lenten reflection: Week 5”

Lenten reflection: Week 4

‘We walk by faith, not by sight’ “NOW the Gospel story is pretty straight forward. There’s a climax to the story – and it comes when the man makes the profession of faith in Jesus. So very simply, his journey is from blindness to sight; from darkness to light – symbolising the journey from unbeliefContinue reading “Lenten reflection: Week 4”

Lenten reflection: Week 3

‘We are thirsty for God’ ‘BROTHERS and sisters in the Lord, This is the eighth time I am preaching at St Simon (Church Likas) on the Third Sunday of Lent, preaching on the same readings, preaching on the Samaritan woman. The common reaction to something that is repeated regularly: Is there something new? Does it haveContinue reading “Lenten reflection: Week 3”

Lenten reflection: Week 2

‘The greatest of all mysteries is the mystery of Jesus Christ’ “AS Catholic Christians, there is a word that we must understand. That word is ‘mystery’. It is mentioned in every Mass; it is a very important word to St Paul in all his letters; it is a word we find in all Church prayers –Continue reading “Lenten reflection: Week 2”

Lenten reflection: Week 1

Jesus is Lord – the Lord of Mercy During the Lenten season in the Jubilee Year of Mercy, the St Simon Church Likas rector Fr Cosmas Lee’s sermon/catechesis will be published online to help the people understand God’s mercy and the faith better. Below is his sermon: – “WHEN the committee discussed about how bestContinue reading “Lenten reflection: Week 1”